SOURCE: RosettaBooks


November 17, 2015 05:00 ET

RosettaBooks and Hearst Publish Car and Driver and Road & Track Iconic Cars eBook Editions

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - November 17, 2015) - RosettaBooks and Hearst bring over 50 years of iconic car history to eBooks with five stunning retrospectives compiled from the pages of Car and Driver and Road & Track magazines. Celebrating the past and the present of classic sports cars, each eBook is filled with sensational photography, reviews and period advertisements interspersed with articles by prominent performance-car writers.

"These extraordinary eBooks, curated from the pages of the two premier auto magazines, puts the history of these iconic vehicles on display with sensational photography and articles by the top writers of the day," said Arthur Klebanoff, CEO of RosettaBooks.

Car and Driver Iconic Cars: Corvette opens with the original 1953 game-changing model and relives some of the great stories, highlighting the ups and the downs of Corvette's history of distinctive designs and startling innovations.

Porsche enthusiasts won't want to miss the Car and Driver Iconic Cars: Porsche compilation of over 50 years of Porsche coverage. This eBook includes reviews, road tests, and comparisons from the 1950s 356 Roadster right up to today's lineup of sports cars, super sedans, and super SUVs, with stunning reprints of original photos and entertaining articles.

BMW M cars have a cult-like following and Road & Track Iconic Cars: BMW M Cars gathers everything into one eBook. Compelling interviews delve into the history of BMW's groundbreaking performance car division, and the original reviews and comparison tests showing just how good M cars are will still amaze.

Ford's high style, high performance and affordable answer to the Mustang is on full display in the eBook Road & Track Iconic Cars: Ford Mustang. Camaro lovers can take a ride through its history from the 1966 racers through to the Camaro's triumphant return after an eight-year hiatus in Road & Track Iconic Cars: Chevrolet Camaro.

"These eBooks are a great addition to any performance car lover's library," said Eddie Alterman, Editor-in-Chief of Car and Driver and Editorial Director of Road & Track.

eBooks are available for $7.99 each on Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook, Apple iBooks, and Kobo.

About RosettaBooks: RosettaBooks is the leading independent digital publisher. Its prominent author collections include 52 works of Winston Churchill, 35 titles by renowned science fiction author Arthur C. Clarke, 20 works by Kurt Vonnegut, 12 titles from international bestselling business author Stephen R. Covey and 18 works by Robert Graves, celebrated 20th century English poet, critic, and author of I, Claudius and Claudius, the God. RosettaBooks also publishes eBook lines in collaboration with AARP, Harvard Health Publications and Mayo Clinic. Publisher of ten Kindle Singles, including Ray Bradbury's The Playground, RosettaBooks has launched nine of them to bestseller status. RosettaBooks is an Inc. 500 company, on the exclusive list of the fastest growing private companies in the United States. For more information, please visit and follow the e-publisher on Facebook.

About Car and Driver: Car and Driver is known for its expert editorial team that is highly regarded by car enthusiasts and automotive manufacturers for their integrity, engineering backgrounds, and high standards. The magazine is published monthly by Hearst Magazines, boasting the largest audience of any monthly automotive magazine. The Car and Driver brand is a leading source of information for automotive enthusiasts and in-market car buyers. The brand also extends to many platforms, including websites, mobile sites, radio, iPhone/iPad apps, events, custom marketing programs, and integrated marketing databases. Follow Car and Driver on Twitter at @CarAndDriver.

About Road & Track: Through vibrant storytelling, sharp style, instrumented technical testing and seasoned wit, Road & Track illuminates the passions of the enthusiast and celebrates modern car culture like no other. After six decades, the nation's longest-running car magazine continues to inspire those who know that cars are more than mere transportation. With cars and the world they inhabit as the starting point, we strive to entertain, inform, and inspire our readers. Follow Road & Track on Twitter at @RoadandTrack.

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